The SA REIT Association (SAREIT or the Association), a representative umbrella body for South African REITs focused on promoting the sector as an attractive asset class; today released its newly established Research Committee’s maiden report.

The SA REIT sector’s focus on improved corporate governance is expected to support positive sentiment for investment in listed property in 2019.

The SA REIT sector is set to deliver double-digit total returns to investors next year.

The global sell-off of in emerging markets, an intractably weak domestic economy, an oversupply of business space, and a focus on the quality of earnings are all set to be major drivers of the SA REIT sector in the second half of 2018.

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